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    "Bridgerton" Has Been Renewed For Season 2 At Netflix, And Here's Everything We Know So Far

    "This author has been reliably informed that Lord Anthony Bridgerton intends to dominate the social season."

    Alright, one of the only shows I've been thinking about for weeks is Bridgerton. I literally have been reading the books because I can't let go of these characters.

    Regé-Jean Page and Phoebe Dynevor as Simon and Daphne in "Bridgerton"
    Liam Daniel / Netflix

    And today, Netflix gave us the exciting news that Bridgerton will officially be coming back for Season 2.

    Prepare for another social season! @Bridgerton shall be back for Season 2!

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    I mean, 63 million households have watched this show so there was no doubt in my mind that this was going to happen.

    The announcement came in the form of a Lady Whistledown society paper, and I am low-key obsessed with it.

    A Lady Whistledown announcement detailing that Anthony Bridgerton will "dominate the social season" in Season 2 and production will start in "Spring of 2021"
    Netflix

    According to Netflix, Season 2 will follow Julia Quinn's second novel in the Bridgerton series, The Viscount Who Loved Me.

    The book cover features a sword that is set against a desk in front of opulent drapes that have been opened
    Avon Books / Nick Briggs / Netflix

    An enemies-to-lovers story, The Viscount Who Loved Me is all about Anthony as he searches for his perfect match.

    Jonathan Bailey and Regé-Jean Page and Anthony and Simon in "Bridgerton"
    Liam Daniel / Netflix

    In the book, Anthony seems to have found someone to spend the rest of his life with, but his future wife's older sister, Kate Sheffield, keeps getting in the way. Kate is determined to protect her sister from Anthony, who she believes has not changed his ways.

    Basically, if you fell in love with Jonathan Bailey's Anthony in Season 1, get ready for even more of him in this upcoming season.

    As mentioned in Lady Whistledown's letter, Netflix also confirmed that Bridgerton Season 2 is set to begin production in spring 2021.

    Phoebe Dynevor and Adjoa Andoh behind the scenes of "Bridgerton" Season 1
    Liam Daniel / Netflix

    The announcement also hints that the Season 1 cast will be returning, so here's hoping we continue to see a lot of Daphne and Simon.

    Phoebe Dynevor and Regé-Jean Page as Daphne and Simon dancing in "Bridgerton"
    Liam Daniel / Netflix

    I can't let go of Regé-Jean Page and Phoebe Dynevor just yet!

    Also, as production gets started, I'd be on the lookout for the casting of Kate Sheffield, who will play a huge role in Season 2 if we're following what happens in the books.

    Jonathan Bailey as Anthony
    Liam Daniel / Netflix

    She's also one of my favorite characters, so I am pumped!

    Basically, while we'll have to wait a little while for Season 2, there's hope, dear reader, that it will arrive sooner rather than later.

    Eloise and Penelope eating chocolates in "Bridgerton"
    Liam Daniel / Netflix

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